MSc – Foucs: Sustainable Risk Management

Please note: Scholarships are not available through the IBSA program.

Study at ESSCA School of Management, FR

ESSCA’s specialization in Sustainable Risk Management combines the study of international management and topics related to sustainable practices in a globalized environment and provides the students with working knowledge and practical tools necessary in addressing and taking a lead on various social, economic, technological, and environmental issues. These skills are in demand in global, international, and national corporations, public utilities, international development agencies, NGOs, as well as government ministries and agencies.

This program is designed to educate students to become responsible business leaders. They will be able to apply sustainability-related knowledge in the formulation of responsible business practices and ethical management of people in organizations.The specialization in International and Sustainable Management offers interdisciplinary modules from multiple business fields and environmental engineering.

Dual Degree Program

English speaking, full-time, three terms (12-16 months), start in fall, tuition fee: about €17.000

The International Business School Alliance (IBSA) consists of four accredited universities. They offer a joint program: the IBSA Dual Degree Master’s program. The unique advantage of this program: You will study at two universities in two countries and get two degrees.

Choosing the specialization Sustainable Risk Management at ESSCA School of Management means that you will begin the program at a different partner and do your core studies there.


Term 1                                   Term 2                                  Term 3

Core Studies                        Specialization                      Master’s Thesis

first university                     second university               second university

(each term worth 30 ECTS)

Choose your combination of universities and specialization here.

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